A feminine desk round up and stunning home offices to inspire you!
With many of us working from home this year, I know others are on the hunt for a pretty, feminine desk- something elegant and sophisticated, but nothing too delicate. Women working from home need something substantial!
35 Feminine Desks For Your Home Office
At this point I think I’ve seen every feminine desk on the internet! I found 35 stunning desks and rounded them up here for you.
Below I’ll share the mood board I created for our own home office:
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My office already has navy grasscloth up on the walls, and you can read about my experience installing the grasscloth wallpaper here. The desk is this high end beauty. It goes in and out of stock so check back if its out of stock! This desk looks nice from both sides and had a large work space. The perfect feminine desk!
35 Feminine Desks Rounded Up
Feminine desks including wood and darker desks too:
19 options of white desks only:
Beautiful Home Office Spaces
Let’s oggle how these pretty desks look in some gorgeous office spaces just for fun!
This home office is giving me major inspiration! This room uses a desk that could go industrial but still soft and feminine… a bit of both. The wall of built ins keeps the navy from feeling overpowering.
What a lovely set up. Shop this sleek desk here:
If you are looking for a white and brass desk, look no further. This feminine desk is so pretty, with clean lines and a nice white top. This is probably one of the best price points for a pretty white desk that is such a good size. Shop this gorgeous white and brass desk here.
Grab a similar but more affordable desk on Amazon:
Glossy Feminine Desks
Photo Credit: Michelle Cage Interiors
Anthropologie knows how to make a feminine desk that doesn’t sacrifice space or substance! This gorgeous white desk is a scroll stopper. Serious storage, acrylic legs, and beautiful knobs. A velvet desk chair in a rose color is a beautiful pop of personality.
Similar, more affordable velvet chair on Amazon:
Source: Decor Pad
Shop the whole look here:
You can easily add a glass top for protection – just call up your local glass company on the phone and give them the measurements. The bow chair is the chair of my teenage self’s dream!
Looking for a similar desk at a fraction of the price? This more affordable but still beautiful desk is quite popular as the “dupe” version!
I like the knobs on this desk, but if you added some larger (agate?) knobs and you will have yourself a similar look.
This brass and light gray desk is great with the pink in the rug. I love this contrast, and it makes the perfect balance for a feminine office. Shop this room here:
This is rarely in stock because it is so popular! The raw wood and the thick top is so, so beautiful! I love that she combined it with the navy velvet chair.
I love the industrial features in offices when mixed with feminine desks.
This is hands down my favorite desk. It has been around for years, but it is still hard to get – often back ordered. See this beautiful desk here.
Extras: Desk Chairs, Bulletin Boards Etc.
Those velvet chairs are the chef’s kiss. See the velvet desk chair here.
Monika put a pinboard in the corner of her office, here:
This pin board is from Minted. They actually create beautiful custom pin boards in all kinds of sizes! See pinboard here:
Black And Wood Look
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This home office is what made me want to hang two pendants instead of one over the desk, for symmetry. With the desk floating in the room you don’t need much else in the room. It appears she is using a table as a desk too – a great way to reuse a piece you already have!
The Pink Home Office
And finally, what a peek at a fabulous home office through those glass French doors!
via: House of Harper
An Easy Formula For Putting Together a Feminine Home Office
- Don’t put the desk against a wall (unless you have a good reason to – like a big picture window with a great view!)
- Use a stylish desk, combined with a pretty chair, and bring both pieces into the middle of the room. This is now the focal point.
- Add lighting and color in the form of either a rug or a pillow for your chair.
- Directly behind the desk put either: bookshelves or a large piece of art on the wall. (Or if there is a window centered behind your desk, that works too).
You’re set! Don’t feel pressured to fill up all the walls with lots of art or stuff– the eyes are drawn to the desk in the center of the room.
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